15 People Talk About the Movies They Find to be Magical

I’ve always been obsessed with the magic of movies. So much so that I studied them in college and have since learned a thing or two about actually creating them. Which, truth be told, takes a lot of the magic away. So when I see something that, despite my background knowledge, STILL just absolutely transports me? I hold onto it. What movie...

15 Times When People Shared WAY Too Much Information With Other Folks

Have you ever been in a situation where you’re just thinking “why is this person talking to me and when will they stop?” Reddit certainly has. I mean, holy crap, just look at this: What’s the most fucked up thing someone has told you about themselves after barely getting to know them? from AskReddit A lot of these...

People Reveal the Ways Poor Folks Pretend to be Rich

I’ve never been rich in my life. And I probably won’t ever be. And that’s fine, as long as I can live a decent life. But there are some people who, for a variety of reasons, would love to be PERCEIVED as rich, even if they don’t get any of the actual experiences that come along with it. What screams "I’m poor but pretend...

Are One Night Stands Awful? Let’s See What People Had To Say.

There’s a cliche in so many movies and TV shows. You’ve got a character to introduce and you need to show that he’s kind of living wildly, so you have him wake up naked next to some attractive young woman whose name, we find out, he can’t remember. But how much is this really happening? And how much does anyone really like it? One user...

Weird Things that Made People Cut Off Relationships Right Away

Do you remember that episode of Scrubs where JD wants to break up with a woman because instead of laughing at anything she just says “that’s so funny?” I felt that. When I watched that, I felt that. I don’t know how I could deal with be with a person who didn’t laugh. But how petty a reason is too petty? Let’s go to Reddit to find...

Women Discuss What it’s Like Being a Single Lesbian Mom

I can’t imagine how hard it must to be a single parent in this world, especially if you don’t already have, like, a buttload of money stashed away so you can hire a bunch of help. On top of that, many LGBTQ+ people in this world still face a lot of stigma and difficulty on that front. So try and put yourself in the shoes of someone standing at...

Housekeepers Talk About the Biggest Secrets They Discovered on the Job

I’m not rich enough to hire a housekeeper or a maid or any kinds of help. I’m barely even rich enough to pay myself in my own time to clean my own kitchen. But for those who are – what kind of implicit social contract is that? And how does it all shake out? Housekeepers of reddit, what do you know about the owners of the houses that...

Couples Talk About Why They Decided to Open Up Their Marriages

I was once a guest performer for a sketch show in New York and the rather explosive opener we performed was about a couple who announces at a dinner party that they’ve decided to have an open marriage. Things get immediately awkward. It’s comedy, it’s over-the-top, it’s cynical. But of course, the real reasons people go for that sort of...

“Rich” Behaviors that People Think are Highly Suspicious

There’s absolutely no shame in being poor. Or at least, there shouldn’t be. It is, after all, the state that the majority of humans live their lives in, usually through no fault of their own. And yet we do so closely associate being financially poor with being a failure as a person. Which is probably why so many poor folks just decide to...

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